The family of premature twins who overcame complex medical problems to survive are holding a charity event to raise money for the Neonatal Ward at Lincoln County Hospital. The twins, Freddie and Archie, were born there last August. They weighed less than a kilo and needed months of intensive care.
Ema Fletcher, the twins' Auntie, decided to organise a charity event as Freddie and Archie are now a year old and are doing well. It will take place at the Monson Arms, Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln. The event runs from 2pm to midnight and includes live bands, a bouncy castle and face painting.
“We are delighted to be able to raise money for such a worthy cause. All the doctors and nurses do such a wonderful job and it’s lovely to be able to give something back.
Money raised at the event will be divided between Lincoln County Hospital, Nottingham City Hospital and Queens Medical Centre Nottingham where the twins were also treated.
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